Jason Frick
Partners & Directors

Jason Frick: Partner


As Partner, Jason brings over 20 years of accounting experience to the Copeland Buhl team. He serves as a technical resource both internally and externally for US GAAP financial reporting and audits. Jason also oversees development of staff and works to optimize scheduling. He is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner with a BSB in accounting from University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.

Professional and Community Activities

  • MN Society of CPAs
  • MNCPA Peer Review Committee - Vice Chair
  • MNCPA General Industries Task Force - Former Chair


What’s your favorite number?

What would you be doing if you weren’t an accountant?
I would probably be a struggling golf pro.

What’s your current goal outside of Copeland Buhl?
Combining my love of golf and traveling into a goal of playing golf in every state.

Areas of Focus (Services)

  • Financial Statement Audits
  • Employee Benefit Plan Audits
  • Financial Statement Compilations
  • Internal Control Evaluations
  • CFO / Strategic Planning Services
  • Forensic Accounting

Areas of Focus (Industries)

  • Construction Contractors
  • Manufacturing and Distribution Companies
  • Professional Services
  • Restaurant and Retail
Jason Frick
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  • 4/27/2022

    Monitoring 401(k) Audit Requirements

    When plans reach a certain size, they are required to file the regular Form 5500 instead of the Short Form.  In addition, plans are typically required to be audited and those audited financial statements are to be attached when the...
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  • 9/28/2020

    Accounting for PPP Loans

    As the seasons turn towards fall and tax deadlines begin to fade away, we have had an increased number of questions regarding accounting for loans made under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).  The intention of this blog is not to...
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  • 8/26/2013

    Proposed Changes to U.S. GAAP for Private Companies

    Private companies face significant challenges in applying U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to their financial statements due to the complex accounting and disclosure requirements that have been introduced over the past decade. Many of these were implemented in response to...
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